Cyber Security Administrator (Current Employee) – Falls Church, VA – November 20, 2018
I've been with NGC for approximately 18 years. I very much like the company and feel at home here. Not too many opportunities for mid-career professionals. Big push to hire and retain millennials. Once you reach top of salary in your position don't expect any raises or promotions. Besides that overall great company to work for.
Work life balance; teleworking
No opportunity for advancement if you are mid-career
Personnel Assistant III (Former Employee) – Fort Polk, LA – November 18, 2018
The organization has great checks and balance, when people excute them. Job was fulfilling. I was able to help employees obtain answers to questions regarding the company. Employees made it rewarding and enjoyable.
Contracting is extremely competitive and although the uncertainty of a continued position after the contract has reached its term is very stressful, I could never have worked with a better qualified, supportive and "family" oriented team!
Financial Analyst (Former Employee) – Boulder, CO – November 14, 2018
-very dysfunctional and slow processes -a pattern of very poor team management if you have new hires leaving within a month and a half month -the worst onboarding process. I had to wait a month from when I accepted the position to start which I have never seen in my life. and even after that month I still had to continue to fill out paperwork as recently as this week. It’s like pulling tooth and nails to gain simple access. NG is the archaic, slow and inefficient. You guys had me become your errand boy and waste time going back and back to offices to get and drop off birthday and etc cards, nowhere in my job description was that listed, I didn’t complain about th
It is dumbfounding that my first day was not simply taking my photo for my badge and then providing me all my needed accesses and laptop since they had me wait a month to start here. I did not have a laptop for almost two weeks, then after getting the loaner laptop being behind the eight ball as the rest of my coworkers were able to perform their job duties a lot better than myself as they had all of the necessary equipment and accesses needed to perform their job duties. I Finally received my permanent laptop on 10/4 which is almost a month from starting at NG. Then I did not receive the necessary SAP access until one day short of a month of starting at NG which is essential for the financial position which I had followed up around 7 times, again which shows that NG doesn’t employ the right people as nothing should take 7 follow ups to get it resolved. Who would have thought to give a “Financial Analyst” financialmore... SAP Transactions necessary to do their job would be equivalent to the time it takes to build a house from scratch Then to work remote you have to have a special badge which with how ridiculously slow your process is In my opinion i would not have received until 2019 which is absolutely ludicrous.
I completely understand why NG has such a large turnover it’s due to your very slow, redundant, and archaic processes that make current employees, new hires/contractors want to look elsewhere for opportunities rather than be part of that defective work environment. If anyone asks me if they should work at NG, I will without any reservation tell them to look elsewhere to save them from the misery of working at NG.less
Hunter AVO (Current Employee) – Sierra Vista, AZ – November 14, 2018
Northrop Grumman is an amazing company to work for. They have outstanding benefits, a great culture of employees, and very lucrative pay scales. The work is fairly precise and structured. Management is outstanding. The hardest part of the job is being away from loved ones.
Virtual Server Administrator - Mid Level (Former Employee) – Camp Lejeune, NC – November 14, 2018
I did not work at a Northrop Grumman location but was a contractor at a US Marine Corps base. They have great education assistance and health care plans. They truly care about their employees and I never felt like a number.
MANAGER OF PROGRAMS (Current Employee) – Hayden, AL – November 14, 2018
Good place to work. Rewards open minded effective personal- major defense contractor with room for growth. I felt leadership did a fair job of development with employees, sustained employment Is based on the individual.
Supply Chain Planning Analyst III (Former Employee) – Annapolis, MD 21409 – November 14, 2018
Took a position in Annapolis by the water maybe I was more excited about the view of the bay bridge than the job. Low morale, poor management, good ole boys club, with minimal room to grow and long hours.
Depending on the Program, NGC is a decent employer
Logistics Engineer (Current Employee) – Huntsville, AL – November 14, 2018
While you have a great management organization, your work within this company can be fantastic. There are good benefits, a decent working environment, and they respect the different diversities within work, individual and personal styles. My only complaint would be that the opportunities for advancement and growth can be kneecapped when you are on a program with unhealthy levels of attrition. It is hard to get placed on other programs or to be respected for the services provided, some even outside of the job description, when consideration is made for promotion. While there are good and bad programs, the NGTS working sector is a relatively decent place to work.
Engineering Technician (Current Employee) – Goleta, CA – November 13, 2018
work with engineers to accomplish tasks to finish a project. worked with tools and engineering prints to built space system components. management was excellent great workplace culture and environment. Some difficult tasks, but a rewarding job.